Oswestry Town restaurants, wine bars and pubs offer an eclectic mix of places to eat and drink.
Almost all the restaurants are independents serving scrumptious menus featuring the best local produce. You could try an authentic Italian meal in a converted chapel or how about enjoying live music in the wine bar in Oswestry’s oldest hotel? Classic French cuisine is also on offer in an award winning restaurant in the heart of town and our local vegan restaurant is wowing visitors with innovative plant bases dishes.
Call in to one of Oswestry’s many coffee shops and tea rooms during the day. From a doggy friendly tea shop to a cuppa surrounded by the best selection of books in Shropshire, Oswestry’s café culture is something special.
Oswestry has always been famous for its pubs. There were once over a hundred! A good few less now but there is a still a really good selection of traditional pubs along the high street. The local live music scene is growing so you can often find a gig happening or just enjoy that traditional idea of tasting local brews.
Did we mention the local brewery and distillery? Their fame is growing, and they seem to be getting awards all the time. We can’t wait for when the town and the brewery connect via our local heritage railway – from town centre to Weston Wharf by heritage train and a drink at the end!
Fans of far eastern cuisines won’t be disappointed either with a choice of Chinese, Indian, and Thai restaurants to choose from.